Full Mouth Reconstructions
It is common for patients with multiple dental problems to hold the misconception that it would be too difficult or expensive to restore their smile. Our dentists can devise a treatment plan using multiple techniques and procedures to reconstruct your smile.
What Happens During a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
A full mouth reconstruction involves a series of procedures, normally performed over time, that are designed to systematically restore the health and aesthetics of your teeth. The dentist uses various orthodontic appliances, such as bridges and veneers, to restore the appearance of the teeth. Each patient has their own reasons for undergoing a reconstruction, including extensive tooth loss, bite problems, or severely damaged or decayed teeth. Full mouth reconstructions are also commonly used to repair damage to the teeth following an accident or trauma. Schedule a consultation with one of our cosmetic dentists today to find out if a full mouth reconstruction may be the right cosmetic dental solution for you.
Is a Full Mouth Reconstruction Affordable?
It is true that a full mouth reconstruction involves a commitment of both time and finances. Your dentist will help you create a treatment plan based on your dental health needs and goals. Since each patient’s needs are unique, the final cost of a reconstruction can vary from person to person. The overall health of your teeth and the type and number of procedures required are all factored into the final cost. We are committed to helping patients find affordable cosmetic and reconstructive dental services. Call today to discuss your various payment options.
Professional Teeth Whitening Services
If you are afraid to smile because your teeth are discolored, a professional teeth whitening treatment may be the solution. We offer both in-office and at-home teeth whitening treatments that can help you brighten your smile by several shades.
What Happens During an In-Office Teeth Whitening Treatment?
Professional teeth whitening is a painless procedure that takes about an hour to complete and provides immediate results. The doctor simply applies a concentrated bleaching gel to the teeth. Depending on the specific gel used, a light may be used to activate the gel. The gel lifts both deep and surface stains to make the teeth several shades whiter. Teeth whitening treatments remove discoloration caused by smoking, beverages, and certain foods. The procedure is not appropriate if your discoloration is caused by decay or if you have dental restorations.
How Much Will I Pay for A Teeth Whitening Treatment?
To find out if teeth whitening is the right treatment for your or to learn more about the cost, we recommend that you schedule a consultation with one of our dentists. The cost of your treatment will depend on the extent of the discoloration and the number of treatments required. In-office teeth whitening is more expensive than the various at-home alternatives, but the results are usually far superior.
Can I Whiten My Teeth at Home?
We do offer take-home teeth whitening kits that provide results comparable to in-office treatments. Each kit comes with custom-fitted trays and professional-strength bleaching gel. You use the kit consistently over a period of a couple of weeks to brighten your teeth by several shades. Our staff will provide you with detailed instructions when you pick up your kit.
Our dentists have experience helping patients achieve better smiles with affordable dental veneers. We offer both porcelain and composite resin veneers to correct the appearance of misaligned, damaged, or misshapen teeth.
How Do Dental Veneers Work?
Dental veneers are made from lightweight layers of porcelain or composite resin that affix to the front of the natural tooth. Each veneer is custom made to match your natural teeth as closely as possible. Cosmetic veneers are most commonly used on teeth that are generally healthy but that have imperfections involving shape, spacing, or alignment.
How Much Are Dental Veneers?
The cost of dental veneers varies from person to person based on the number of teeth being corrected, and the complexity of the cosmetic issues. The cost can also vary based on the type of veneer that you choose. We can provide you with an estimate of your cost following your initial consultation. In most cases, veneers are not covered by dental insurance. Keep in mind, we do have various payment plans that can make the cost more manageable. Call today for more information.
Are Porcelain Veneers Available?
We are able to provide natural looking porcelain veneers at our dental office. These durable veneers are the ideal choice for anyone looking to improve their smile quickly and successfully.
What Is the Cost for Porcelain Veneers?
Porcelain veneers are more expensive than composite resin veneers; however, they are more durable and can last for decades. To find out more, give our dental office a call.